The Orchard at Apolloson Acres is a small, family ran orchard consisting of aprox. 110 apple, pear and quince trees; the majority being apples. The farm is also home to grape vines as well as various heirloom veggies from tomatos and peppers to squash and herbs.
In addition to its produce, Apolloson Acres is home to rescued horses, dogs & cats.
Slated for the future will be a children's educational tour on our produce as well as Equine Educational Programs for children.
We sell our produce wholesale, at local farmers markets and by individual orders as well. Contact us if you would like to place an order for pick-up!
Send us an email with the title "Newsletter" and we'll be sure to keep you update on specials and happenings during our harvest season!
We Value Your Feedback & Reviews! Thank you!!
**Sorry, we do not offer Pick Your Own at this time**
ORCHARD FRESH APPLES, PEARS & QUINCE
Welcome to the 2012 season! We are still assessing what kind of crop we will have due to Spring weather we had. Stay tuned for updates.
Our 2012 season will most likely begin in July with our Transparent variety apple.
Find us on Facebook too! www.facebook.com/TheOrchardAtApollosonAcres
**Sorry, we do not offer Pick Your Own at this time** ***Our orchard is very low spray as we work on a transition to organic practices***
Lakewood Farmer's Market
Saturday's from 10a-1pm [stay tuned for harvest dates]
At our Orchard By Appointment Only - weeknights & weekends. Please call or email to schedule.
Sundays on the Farm - Call/Email for details and times. May vary by week.
We offer any produce we have available for wholesale orders as supply permits. Please call/email for more information.
I recently had the priviledge of setting up at a Farmers Market next to Allison of Appolloson Orchards and just wanted to say what a nice experience it turned out to be! Her apples were simply beautiful and delicious to boot! I highly recommend the Franklin apples.... [more]
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I had recently purchased some of your apples at the local farmers market a couple weeks back and I just wanted to comment on how well they baked up. I made an apple cake and apple dumplings and they were delicious.... [more]
From Our Blog
Wild Violet Jelly
I threw together a few batches of Wild Violet Jelly a few weeks back. If your yard has sprouted with these BEAUTIFUL little wild flowers, give it a try!Please refer to my personal blog for pics - again, the pic uploader on this blog site won't cooperate :( http://novicelife.blogspot.com/2010/04/wild-violet-jelly.html